Vice chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan opened AED 687 million ($187 million) Al Hayer residential project in Al Ain City, according to Mubasher on Saturday.
The project includes 300 residential villas the design of which was tailored to meet the needs of Emirati families and reflect their local identity and culture, the Emirates News Agency (WAM) reported on Saturday.
Each villa plot spans 2,025 square metres, including a build-up area of 500 square metres, featuring segregated majlises for men and women, three dining and living rooms, five bedrooms, and other utilities.
“The design of Al Hayer Residential Project aims to balance the needs of modern and traditional Emirati homes, with privacy provided both inside and outside, while allowing space for walking between indoor and outdoor areas,” WAM said.
Al Hayer complex will comprise a 2,700 square-metre mosque with a capacity for 1,071 worshipers.